Today we are looking at emotional eating. The current pandemic is enough to start anyone on an emotional eating journey, but what is an emotional eater and how you can stop being one?
According to mindful.org Mindfulness is defined as "...the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we’re doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s going on around us." and made popular in the West by Thich Nhat Hanh, Herbert Benson and Jon Kabat-Zinn. But what happens if you're new to it or you're experiencing a rough patch, how can Mindfulness really help you? Can it help you? Here's what I've learned about Mindfulness since I started practicing it many years ago.
I heard this story recently and knew I had to share it. It’s a very simple story but it demonstrates why knowing exactly who you are and what your value is, is so important.
Today we're going to talk about anxiety, and panic attacks. We all live increasingly busy lives, cramming more and more into them. We survive on less sleep than ever before, eat a much more processed diet than ever before, and can summon the fast-food genie to our door any time of the day or night! So as an antidote to that, here are some ways that I have found you can bring back a little harmony to your life through food, supplements and practices.
How many of you have been brought up to believe that happiness is achieved through external influences. That happiness is directly related to the attainment of something or a connection with someone. However, there is an obvious danger when you allow external